Thursday will likely be cooler than average with a short spell of clear skies.
Friday begins with mostly cloudy skies in the mid-30s. Conditions are gradually clearing up, but don’t expect the return of the sun to have much of an effect on temperatures, as highs are expected to be in the mid-40s by Friday afternoon. Thankfully, the wind chill factor is less important on Thursday.
Friday will be the coldest day ahead, with temperatures in the mid to upper 20s. Mostly clear skies during the day and he could be in the low to mid 50s in the afternoon.
Saturday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the low 30s. Saturday’s high temperatures could put him in the low 50s with increasing clouds. A shower is possible later in the evening, but it will most likely rain by Sunday.
Sunday starts with a few isolated showers, increasing coverage throughout the day, with a chance of rain, up to about 70% coverage. Occasional thunderstorms are possible, but most storms don’t appear to be serious, at least for now. Temperatures he starts in the mid 40s and will probably only reach the mid 50s by afternoon.
Most of Monday should be dry before rain is likely very late in the day. Temperatures will start in the mid-40s and reach highs in the mid-50s under mostly cloudy skies. increase.
Tuesday starts in the high 40s and warms up to the mid 50s in the afternoon. With maximum temperatures predicted to be in the ’60s, the question remains as to how warm it will get. Showers in some storms are more likely to reach their maximum potential by evening and night.
Showers and storms are expected to hit the high 40s in the morning and are struggling to reach the low 50s by noon with showers and storms starting Wednesday. Some of our forecasts will take a nosedive in the afternoon, as cold air is sure to spill out for the second half of next week.